Adults grow into 10-15mm shiny black beetles. The males have a thickend tarsus on the front leg to help them burrow.
The mature adult is a dark grey to black weevil with mottled grey body markings and a protuding snout up to 3mm in length.
The adult beetle is the same size and shape to the African Black Beetle but is a mid tan colour with subtle striping on the hard outer covering.
The immature Billbug is a legless, creamy white C shaped larvae with an orange head capsule and a body up to 10mm in length.
Mainly found on bentgrass greens. The larval stage appears as a smooth bodied, dark coloured caterpillar with longitudinal lines.
The immature Couchgrass Mite is a translucent bodied mite which is invisible to the naked eye at only 0.1-0.15mm in length.
Earthworms do not feed on live plants, the turf surface may be disrupted from earthworm activity usually when the sun appears after rain.
Lawn Armyworm is a damaging pest when in the larval life stage. The larvae are a soft bodied caterpillar with a dark coloured body.
Plant parasitic nematodes feed on plant roots. Varieties include: Sting, Spiral, Sheath, Ring, Root Lesion, Root-knot and Stubby.